Design Influence: Page is Always Thinking about Design

Page is a 121-year-old firm that originated in Austin, Texas. Presently, there are seven domestic offices and international offices in Dubai and Mexico City. The firm’s portfolio encompasses a broad balance of government, health care, aviation, academic, civic and commercial projects. Like the best of many things, skill, craftsmanship, time, tools and, ultimately, experience is what produces the best architecture.

Building Dialogue

December 2, 2019

The Beck Group melds best of both worlds in Hilton’s newest dual-brand property

Demand for hotel rooms in downtown Denver in recent years could conservatively be described as ravenous. With Lonely Planet naming Denver one of the top 10 cities to visit in 2020, there are reasons to expect that this trend will continue.

Building Dialogue

November 25, 2019
The Flats at the Oval

Public-private partnerships provide project options

Adapt or die. It’s as true of real estate development as it is in nature. That phrase has been repeated in various forms by authors, researchers, business coaches and, let’s not forget,

CREJ

November 25, 2019
Fifty Eight Hundred

Lakewood project repurposes blighted property

“I am not sure there is any greater impact on a community and on personal lives than taking a blighted, contaminated, vacant, unattractive building and turning it into a vibrant, beautiful space

CREJ

November 24, 2019

Where are Denver apartment rents headed in 2020?

Denver continues to be a premier destination for job seekers in this growth cycle, but net migration and total employment growth is decelerating from their peaks set earlier in the cycle.

CREJ

November 22, 2019

Murals elevate apartments into landmarks

While the Denver skyline continues to be filled with cranes, owners and managers of multifamily properties have found themselves in a virtual arms race to provide the latest and greatest

CREJ

November 18, 2019

The Modern Law Office: People, Process, Place

A hierarchical culture steeped in tradition and mystique, hefty hourly fees and operating standards that generated huge file rooms of paper are on the way out. In their place, law firms are introducing standardized offices, digital files, fixed fees and greater transparency in both their procedures and environments. 

Building Dialogue

November 18, 2019

Apt. industry, residents contribute $39B to Denver

The apartment industry and its residents contribute $39 billion annually to Denver’s economy, $60.9 billion to Colorado’s and more than $3.4 trillion – or $9.3 billion daily – to the national

CREJ

November 18, 2019

How Denver rents stack up to buying in the city

In the past 10 years, we have seen a substantial shift in housing trends, specifically household’s increased preference to rent and decreased feasibility to own. On a national level, the steadily

CREJ

November 17, 2019

Changing the Future of Small-town Colorado

Colorado has long been a recreational mecca. Skiing, hiking, biking, rafting – the list of outdoor recreation opportunities is endless. But the state is coming to a point of no return now as it makes way for a recreation-dominant economy, pushing beyond its industrial and mining past to embrace a more diverse set of economic drivers.

Building Dialogue

November 11, 2019